9684 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Jan 31, 2008 3:10 PM by dudleybrooks
I finally figured it out. Just in case anyone else has the bad luck to do what I did, here's what it was:
I'm not quite sure what caused Universal Access to come up by mistake the first time (weirdness #4 in the previous post), but at any rate it seems that while clicking some setting or another in Speech, and perhaps clicking too slowly, the click was intercepted by Universal Access instead. All the features I mentioned were settings in Universal Access. So by going into Universal Access intentionally, I was able to restore all the settings back to normal -- all except #4, anyway, which, if it happens again, at least I'll know what to watch out for.